A doctor explains how Singapore has kept COVID-19 cases low

People wearing face masks leave a train station in Singapore December 8, 2020.  REUTERS/Edgar Su - RC2WIK94ELKO

Dr. Lim Hui Ling praises the efforts of the Singaporean public in their cooperation to follow and support COVID-19 measures. Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su

Claire Turrell
Freelance Journalist, Singapore
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